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Video camera + editing techniques

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  • 1. Video camera + Editing techniques The points in the next two slides, show the different techniques I and my group will have to take intoconsideration when we starting filming and editing the music video.
  • 2. Video camera techniques• Low angle – filmed from below.• High angle – filmed from above.• Panning – Camera moves left or right.• Tilt – Vertical movement of the camera, up or down.• Tracking shot – Camera attached to a moving object in order to trail the action.• Short take – Shot lasts short time.• Long take – Shot lasts a long time.• Framing – People, location, props ect are positioned within a frame.• Zoom – Camera moves in our out.
  • 3. Editing techniques• Dissolve – Fades out of one shot while fading up another shot on top of it.• Fade – A shot fades into a blank screen and the next shot fades in.• Quick cuts – Shot moves quickly from one shot to another.• Fast motion – The shot is faster than originally filmed, sped up.• Slow motion – The shot is slower than originally filmed, sped down.• Wipe – A shot is wiped off the screen and replace by another.

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